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First time Toyota/Tundra owner.

Just purchased a mint 2006 Spectra Blue DC Limited with 65000 miles. It has been meticulously maintained but hasn’t had a timing belt change yet.

Should the timing belt be changed due to yrs of age vs mileage?

If it should be changed what else would you do at that time on top of the water pump?

Is there any other maintenance items you would prioritize?
 

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First time Toyota/Tundra owner.

Just purchased a mint 2006 Spectra Blue DC Limited with 65000 miles. It has been meticulously maintained but hasn’t had a timing belt change yet.

Should the timing belt be changed due to yrs of age vs mileage?

If it should be changed what else would you do at that time on top of the water pump?

Is there any other maintenance items you would prioritize?
My used 2004 Tundra didn't have many miles on it when I bought it.When I hit 70K I decided to change it because of age. It actually didn't look bad other than some cracks at the bases of the teeth. I did do the water pump because it was easy access.

Larry
 
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